The first step to getting an electrical vehicle charger installed in your home is to have your property assessed by mobility engineers. This includes assessing the distribution board (DB) of your home, cable routing and determining a suitable location for the electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).
Collating the information into customising the most suitable design concept to install your electric car charger comes along with the option of pairing up with solar panels and battery energy storage system (BESS) for a cleaner drive. What is important to note is your home’s charging capacity.
Typically, Singapore houses have varying phases of power: with a single-phase power and 32 amps, you may opt to select a 7.4kw charger, while a three-phase power at 32 amps will allow you to accommodate a higher 22kW AC charger.